Temperatures were so cold at the weekend that sports fans were able to take to the ice at a popular Dundee beauty spot.
Hazardous ice and further snow flurries are forecast as freezing weather keeps a firm grip on Britain.
A snow warning has been issued for Tayside and Fife with winter weather expected to endure across the local area into the beginning of next week.
Ice and snow disrupted travellers and closed schools on Friday morning as the UK struggled through the coldest night for seven years.
Snowfall and icy conditions are expected to cause widespread travel disruption on Friday morning after temperatures plummeted as low as minus 15.4C (4.3F) overnight.
The big freeze is forecast to continue with plummeting temperatures enduring and snowfall forecast to hit Tayside and Fife.
Police stopped a driver whose car was almost entirely covered in snow as it travelled along the A9 this morning.
Forecasters say Scotland could be hit by blizzards this weekend as the cold snap continues.
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